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Upcoming Events of the New York Stereoscopic Society

Mid-March a special event is being planned; tentative date is Wednesday, March 12. Look for an announcement on the site and an email broadcast to NYSS members.

Preservation Dialog – From Stewart Wetlands to the Ocean
Saturday, April 12, 2:00 pm
Kaufmann Auditorium, American Museum of Natural History

NYSS members Lynn Butler and Ed Jameson have put together two shows that resonate with the Museum's current exhibition, H2O = Life. Lynn's atmospheric images were inspired by her walks in the Stewart Wetlands near Newburgh, New York. Water filtered through those wetlands ends up in the ocean, where Ed has been making 3D images for many years. Our special guests will be members of SPARC, the coalition that lobbied successfully to save the wetlands, which are now a part of Stewart State Forest.

The 3D Comics event is brewing for late May or early June. Some wonderful ideas have been discussed.

Boris Starosta has offered to present Reis's Pieces, his 3D picture story about the work and the workplace of glass artist Christopher Reis. This will probably happen late summer or early fall, 2008.

Demand is growing for a Workshop on Digital Stereo, with interest in shooting digitally, scanning film, and projecting.

Please let us know if you can help organize or participate in any of these events. Contact us via email at info (at) ny3d.org


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